The thing about car reviewers, it seems, is that they aren't really ever satisfied. 74hp isn't fast enough, they say. Then, they go on to say that 265 hp in a Porsche Boxster isn't enough. They finally get enough power at 700, but start whining about ground clearance. Some people just choose to be unhappy and get their brains eaten by the undead (though with logic that suggests a Porsche Boxster isn't fast enough to outrun a dead person, on foot, maybe it would be more of an amuse-bouche for the Zombies than a full meal deal!)
Something in the rebuttal intrigued me - this: "The Mitsubishi CVT uses a microchip called the INVECS-III that monitors the driving style of the driver and caters the shift points of the CVT to his/her driving style."
I'll start a new thread - but I am curious how this works.
View my fuel log 2014 Mirage SE 1.2 manual: 45.0 mpg (US) ... 19.1 km/L ... 5.2 L/100 km ... 54.1 mpg (Imp)